Thanks to everyone who came out to help with our first neighborhood beautification day of 2022. We tackled the weeds in the butterfly garden, planted some flowers and spread mulch. Can’t wait to see things start to grow! Some volunteers also scrubbed the three neighborhood entrance signs. They are looking much better now.
Thanks to all our neighbors who came out to a fun and productive work day in the Huntley Hills butterfly garden, organized by our Beautification Chair, Meghan Harris!
Great news for the many dog-walkers (and non-dog walkers) in the neighborhood! HHNA sponsored six new dog waste stations for Huntley Hills, which have been installed on Forrestal, Commodore Court, Longview near Ellwyn, in the empty corner lot on Ensign and in the triangle at the corner of Longview and N. Shallowford. If you are a dog-walker, please take advantage of these stations to help keep Huntley Hills clean and beautiful. Thank you to Meghan Harris, HHNA Beautification Chair, for taking the lead on this project and thank you to the city public works department for installing the stations.
The hard work of our fantastic volunteers is really starting to pay off with beautiful blooms throughout the neighborhood parks and traffic circles. Thank you neighbors for your support of our Beautification efforts! If you’d like to get involved, send us an email at email@example.com.
Hard at work on a beautiful Saturday morning in Huntley Hills! We had a great group come out to plant, prune and cleanup in Huntley Hills park, butterfly garden and traffic circles. Thanks to Leslie Robson for donating so many plants from her garden! And thanks to Drew Wills, Sandy Burke, Aida Kenyon, Allison Metheny and Carolyn Weber for coming out to help. Photos courtesy of Drew Wills Photography.
The Huntley Hills Neighborhood Association has been able to purchase these signs with your help: each one costs the amount earned from the memberships of 62 households.
The first picture shows DPW employees Tim Mathis and Rudy Ruiz holding the post in the hole.